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been introduced. >> and obviously, apple's betting on those. steve jobs died in october of 2011. now, if, and this is a big if, because betting against apple never paid off for anybody, but this apple does have some issues now. turned out to be longer term. are they tim cook's fault or steve jobs? he's rolling out his products, keeping his view. everything. >> well, to a certain extent, but tim cook isn't steve jobs. the job that -- steve jobs' job, there you go, was a very difficult act to follow and he had an advantage and that was in each case, he was pioneering a new product category from nothing. where as tim cook is in mature markets and he's having to carry those products further, deeper in. where steve would say, oh, to heck with that, let's just start something new and he'd start a new wave over and over and over again. the problem here is the warren buffett problem. apple is having trouble finding markets big enough to enter. >> still to come, the pentagon plans to open new doors to women in the military. meaning women actually fighting on the front line. and manti te'o adm
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them being charged with a crime per se. >> wendy murphy, thank you very much. >> you bet. >> and we'll be right back. about health care... th se i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. but they haven't experienced extra strength bayer advanced aspirin. in fact, in a recent survey, 95% of people who tried it agreed that it relieved their headache fast. visit fastreliefchallenge.com today for a special trial offer. >>> taxes. we all despise paying them. but no matter what happens here, we're not going to have it as bad as they might in france. despite the fact that france's constitutional court ruled that france proposed tax plan is illegal and unfair, the french president is still trying to find a way to raise the tax rate on the wealthiest in his country
announced it is investigating boeing's biggest bet. its dream liner 787. the dream liner is boeing's latest jet. news of the probes sent the stock price down sharply 2.5%. outfront tonight, sandra endo with a look at what has gone so wrong. >> boeing's dreamliner was for years just that. a plane made of plastic, a fuel sipper with huge windows, big seats, the plane of the future. >> it was supposed to be, you know, the best thing since sliced bread. >> but a totally new plane run almost entirely by electronics didn't just push the limits and change aviation, it created a whole new learning curve for the industry. the dreamliner was delayed and struggled from day one. the first dreamliner delivered in 2011 was three years behind schedule. the 787's maiden flight was touted in 2007. but after four years of troubling delays, its first flight finally took off on an overcast day in seattle. at first, airlines fell in love. 57 companies ordered the dreamliner at a cost of more than $200 million each. but the plane is struggling, just this week, a fire, a fuel leak, an electrical malfunction and a
, but that bet could be paying off. asia cell is now one of the three biggest mobile phone operators in iraq. >>> well, offshore drilling company transocean will pay $1.4 billion in fines and penalties for its part in the worst offshore oil spill in american history. the company's also going to plead guilty to violating the clean water act. transocean, you may recall, owned the actual deepwater horizon rig that sank after the explosion in which 11 were killed in 2010. the company most associated with the disaster, though, isn't transocean. it's bp. and bp tells us that the settlement, i'll quote them, jr underscores what every official investigation has found, that the deepwater horizon accident resulted in multiple accidents from multiple parties. >>> and five men have been charged with the brutal gang rape and death of a 23-year-old woman. a senior police official tells cnn the men were charged with murder, rape, and kidnapping in a new delhi court. the men allegedly attacked the woman and her male companion on a bus, robbed them, before dumping them on the side of the road. the woman's in
. >>> and after a series of technical failures, the faa announced it is investigating boeing's biggest bet. its dream liner 787. >>> and the shooter responsible for the aurora movie theater massacre might plead insanity. how that could put him free. back on the street. >>> our third story out front, the dream liner nightmare. today the federal aviation administration announced an investigation into boeing's 787 dream liner. this is after a week of some really high-profile problems including a fire and fuel leak and electrical failure. the dream liner is boeing's latest jet. news of the probes sent the stock price down sharply 2.5%. outfront tonight, sandra endo with a look at what has gone so wrong. >> boeing's dreamliner was for years just that. a plane made of plastic, a fuel sipper with huge windows, big seats, the plane of the future. >> it was supposed to be, you know, the best thing since sliced bread. >> but a totally new plane run almost entirely by electronics didn't just push the limits and change aviation, it created a whole new learning curve for the industry. the dreamliner was del
three times. i can bet you today, ali, republicans have kicking themselves for not taking the deal that was on the table a year and a half ago where the president offered $3 in spending cuts for of dollar of revenue. they're not in the position for republicans to being demanding that now. democrats will make the tough decisions. president obama have said that. they understand that spending cuts do need to happen and reducing the debt and deficit is absolutely a priority for them as well as for their voters, but i think they're in a very strong position going into that to do it in a way that is fair, balanced, and in a way where the most vulnerable americans will be the ones that will be hurt the most. >> for those of you who just joined us, the house has passed the bill, the final tally is 257 in favor, 167 against. markets around the world are reacting to this. the major markets that are open are australia and south korea. australia is up about 1.9%. south korea about 1.4%. that might be a harbinger about what they're going to see. they're tallying up and doing procedural stuff. w
and david who are with me. obviously, very excited to talk to him because $12.5 million basically had to bet that he would not win and then when he won would actually have to pay him out for that money. this is something that is a big part of the story, though. that he admitted that day in the day when he lost the nike contract, it was like the world fell apart. this guy might not have any money. >> well, and everybody is coming after him. and he were talking in the break. it's not just money. you look at the livestrong organization. look at all the people that bought into this idea and then he hid behind that organization a lot of times. look at the good i'm doing. i'm out there. i'm out front. i automatic it's a good cause. and, of course it is. but now these other things that you are doing with the publicity, it's not so good for lance armstrong. it's an interesting sort of idea of, who else comes out after him, even for them if it's not for money. for them it's simply the idea of giving a black eye to the organization even. >> right. and let me just hit pause on that. i think we have jef
, and i bet you i will beat him. >> i have been trying to go golfing with him. >> i said i was willing to go, and i'll challenge him to some skeet shooting. it's a great hobby, and i would hope that the president does enjoy it. >> david -- >> i challenged him. we'll see. >> let me ask you, because there's something about this, as to why the president would say this right now. whether it's true or not true, you know, president clinton tried to get democrats in line recently on this issue. he said to donors in a private meeting, and i will quote the president on this, do not patronize your supporters of your opponents by looking down your nose at them. that brought to mind the now infamous comment by then candidate obama when he talked about people clinging to guns and religion. >> first, as someone who has missed more clay pigeons than -- >> i never hit one and i only went once. >> i can well imagine why the president wouldn't want photographers there. i wouldn't want them either. i think the president is in this case shooting at the wrong target. the thing that drives the gun debate in
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